Russell Maier just ecobricked 228 g of plastic in Ubud, Indonesia. Russell used a 600ml bottle to pack 228 g of home plastic into a Normal Ecobrick. It is his number 53 ecobrick. Based in Bali, his community Ani & Russ’s Neighbourhood Ecobrick Hub, is working hard to keep plastic out of the biosphere in Indonesia.
The ecobrick has a density of 0.38g/ml and represents 0.71kg CO2 Kg of sequestered C02. The ecobrick is permanently marked with Serial Number 75391 and on 04/04/2020 was automatically added to the validation queue. You can check the ecobricks full information and authentication status at any time by looking it up on GoBrik.
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tags: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia